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Stoke Fleming, Dartmouth, Devon
£395,000, 4 bedrooms, for sale

Key features

  • Period property
  • 4 double bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Private off road parking
  • Landscaped garden

Property Description

Renovated four bedroom period property located in the heart of this popular Coastal Village with its own private off road parking space and recently landscaped garden. 4 double bedrooms 2 bathrooms, large sitting room with open fireplace, spacious kitchen/breakfast room, utility and cloakroom.

Situated in the heart of the village of Stoke Fleming this four bedroom house offers the best of village life. Step outside the front door and you are only minutes away from the Village Shop and Post Office, St Peters Church and The Green Dragon pub. The village hall and the playing fields are only 10 minutes' walk away, as is the beach of Blackpool Sands.



With its own parking space, rare for a central village location, there is no stress looking for that elusive place to park the car. If you don't have a car, why not rent out the car park and use the bus. The bus stop is only a level 2 minutes walk away.



Perfect for walkers, it's close to some of the South West Coast Path's most spectacular stretches, including the beautiful Blackpool Sands, with historic Dartmouth, just a short drive away for that day out exploring. For those of you keen to sample the area's cuisine, head to Radius 7, or The Green Dragon. Bailey House is believed to be approximately 300 years old, and this Georgian Property retains much of its original charm and character. You will be favourably impressed when you step inside and see how the elegant Georgian façade does not give a true indication of the size and accommodation on offer here.



The private rear garden is a delight. Make the most of long summer evenings in this botanical retreat. Long cool drinks and BBQs will be the order of the day. This oasis is ideal for the botanical enthusiast.

The house is spread across four storeys including a large and useful cellar. There is bags of character with exposed wood flooring, beautiful sash windows and a wonderful Inglenook style fireplace in the kitchen. The property also benefits from the addition of, electric radiators and a sumptuous bathroom suite with roll top bath.



The SITTING ROOM is of generous proportions and is ideal for entertaining and family get togethers. There would be room to have a formal dining table here if one wished. The open fire place will add good cheer over the winter months. Beneath the sitting room is a CELLAR. This has had many uses in the past from storing wine, to a pirates den for the young at heart. It has also been known to have housed a much loved Hornby railway set. It now houses the newly installed boiler. The spacious country style KITCHEN is reminiscent of yesteryear and would be ideal for informal gatherings. One could easily imagine it being the heart of the home. It has a useful UTILITY ROOM, with a range of shelves, base units and stainless steel sink. There is a wood burning stove in the fireplace in the kitchen. The kitchen was upgraded by previous owners, with a range of base and wall units with oak worktop and Belfast sink, with a built in double oven with hob and hood over. Built in dishwasher. Built in fridge. The décor is neutral but could go in any direction to reflect the character and style of the new owner. The back door from the kitchen leads to a small courtyard and also provides external access to what was once referred to as The GARDEN ROOM. This could potentially be an office or hobby room. The downstairs CLOAKROOM has a WC and wash hand basin with plenty of room to hang coats and all that clobber one accumulates in the country. The stairs ascend to the First Floor Landing. One of the features of the stairway is the beautiful wooden balustrade, an elegant touch from this lovely home's past. This leads to the SHOWER ROOM with walk in shower, extractor fan, heated towel rail, WC and wash hand basin. BEDROOM 1 is sunny and bright with village views and the added feature of a fireplace. BEDROOM 2 is lovely and sunny, with village views. The stairs continue to rise to the Second Floor Landing where you will find the Family Bathroom which has a free standing claw feet bath, WC, wash hand basin, extractor fan and heated towel rail. BEDROOMS 3 & 4 are both doubles, both also enjoying sunny south facing aspects.



SERVICES: Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil Fired central heating. COUNCIL TAX BAND: Currently Band D . EPC Rating E







PLEASE NOTE:

This property is being offered directly for sale by The Coastal House estate agency in Dartmouth, and all information and photographs have been provided by them. As such, Waterside Properties have not inspected the property, and are therefore not able to verify the correctness of any of the statements of fact contained herewith. Please contact The Coastal House directly for further information or to arrange a viewing on 01803 835788 or email info@thecoastalhouse.co.uk

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